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Agenda from February 25 to March 2, 2008

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One week in Paris.Maison de l’Europe, Conference for the 90th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia, Feb. 21 from 10am. To 6.30pm. Theme: Estoniaand France, common grounds in the European construction: dream or reality ? Where ? Maison de l’Europe, 35-37 Rue des Francs-Bourgeois 75004 Paris PH.

The film "Toutes les télés du monde : Estonie" (2006, 26 min), made for ARTE by Claire Chognot et Marc Aderghal will precede the debate

For further informations and the program: Embassy of Estonia

Email : estonie@mfa.eeor call the Embassy :


« Paris la métisse », designed and produced by photographers and authors Florence Batarière & Morgan Haël Jypsian ; exhibition offered by theMairie de Paris.

Where? Hôtel de Ville , Metro Hôtel de Ville

When? From Feb. 6 to March 1 from 10amto 7pm Monday thru Saturday

For more details, website of the City of Paris

Festival Ciné Rail, Les 7 Parnassiens, from Feb 20  to Feb 26

The edition will feature « nomadic » movies form all over the world: 39 fiction shorts from 18 countries and 9 documentaries from 6 different countries reviewed by a jury and presented to the public during the festival.

Cinéma les 7 Parnassiens 98 Bd Montparnasse, Métro Montparnasse

For the program, visit the official website:

45° édition du Salon international de l’agriculture, from Feb. 23 février to March 2 , Espace des expositions Porte de Versailles, from 9amto 7pm – Late night opening on Friday, Feb. 29 till 11am.

How to get there? Metro : line 12 - Porte de Versaillesstation, ligne 8 – Balardstation

How much?

Full price:: - 12 €

Children (from 6 to 12) : - 6 €

Children(under 6) / Visitors with Limited Mobility: free

Group (minimum of 15 people): 10 €

Students and farming schools: 6 €


Bienvenue chez les Ch’ti, directed by Dany Boon, in theaters on Feb. 26

The film that North of France waited for so long was finally released over there this weekend; Paris, for once and it does it no harm, will have to wait! However, as an appetizer, you can visit the official website of the film and get a foretaste of this provincial humour Dany Boon managed to export so well…

Sophie Helbert

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